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Effect of infection by the metacercarial trematode Renicola roscovita on growth in intertidal blue mussel Mytilus edulis.
Polianthes maculosa, Zephyranthesa renicola, Ruellia corzoi, Ruelli apedunculata, Coldemia greggii, Heliotropium angiospermum, Cynanchum barbigerum, Palafoxia texana and Dyssodia spp were the preferred non arbustive species during the year.
Encapsulation response of the marine prosobranch Cerithidea californica to natural infections of Renicola buchanani sporocysts (Trematoda: Renicolidae).
Effect of temperature on emergence, survival and infecting cercarial of the marine trematode Renicola rescovita (Digenea: Renicolidae).
Other species, such as Renicola buchanani (Cohn), Euhaplorchis californensis (Martin), and Microphallid sp.
Renicola buchanani emerged at an intermediate threshold of 17 [degrees]C through 19 [degrees]C.
In the process of dissecting the fish, we found a second species of trematode, Renicola buchanani, in the liver of all the fish parasitized with Euhaplorchis californiensis.
Multiple-regression statistics for an examination of the intensity of Euhaplorchis californiensis and Renicola buchanani on the number of conspicuous behaviors of killifish.
If so, our observations are most consistent with the hypothesis that Renicola buchanani is the less potent modifier and it may benefit from its association with Euhaplorchis californiensis.
Other trematode parasites observed were adult Steringophorus furciger in the stomach and larval Renicola sp.
buccini does not affect the color of the infected organs (Lebour, 1911), and Renicola sp.
The genus Renicola was identified in the digestive gland of a small proportion of whelks in our study and in that of K[phi]ie (1969).